St Louis Rams Information
The St. Louis Rams are currently members of the West Division of the NFC. The team was established in 1936 in Cleveland, Ohio as the Cleveland Rams. They then moved to Los Angeles to become the Los Angeles Rams in 1946 and eventually moved to St. Louis to acquire their current name in 1995. They currently play in the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, Missouri. The Rams have won two NFL pre-merger Championships as well as one Super Bowl. Their successful history also includes twenty-seven playoff appearances, fifteen Division Championships and six Conference Championships.
Last season the 2011 St. Louis Rams did not qualify for the playoffs and finished fourth in the NFC West with a record of 2-14. They were considered by many to be the worst team in the league. This year they hope to regain their reputation and produce a winning season. Their most valuable players include quarterback Sam Bradford, defensive end Chris Long, cornerback Cortland Finnegan, running back Steven Jackson, linebacker James Laurinaitis and safety Quintin Mikell.